|A De Havilland Dragon Rapide. This biplane could carry up to eight passengers.
It first came into service in 1934.
|A De Havilland Dove. A familiar sight was one of these eight-seater aircraft approaching Ipswich over the houses of the Rivers and Gainsborough estates.|
|The Douglas Dakota, was used on the feeder service to Southend by Channel Airways|
An aerial view of the Ipswich Airport terminal buildings
The day Ipswich entered the jet age.
|Hawker Siddeley HS 748 waiting for passengers on the grass runway in 1967.|
|Four Auster aircraft of the East Anglian School of Flying outside the terminal building in 1972.|
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